A letter to Gene Dodaro, Comptroller General of the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), identifies 10 questions federal lawmakers would like the GAO to answer, following its examination.
Among other risk areas shared in a new report by Aon are expansion of data into mobile devices and sharing of data with third-party vendors and service providers.
The legislation would permit employers to contribute up to $5,250 tax-free to their employees’ student loans.
INSIDE THE MAGAZINE PLANSPONSOR December 2018 – January 2019
Employer contributions to public pensions fell below certain benchmarks for improving plan funded status, and the Society of Actuaries suggests a couple of reasons this may be so.
Speakers on a PGIM Fixed Income webcast offered practical steps pension plan sponsors can take today and over time to protect funding levels; they suggested liability-driven investing is a smart way to “get off the funded-status rollercoaster.”
Company stock plan participants surveyed by Fidelity Investments reported they have used or will use proceeds for things such as reinvesting in retirement accounts or paying bills and debt.
It was the slowest start to the year in the 20-plus years of the Alight Solutions 401(k) Index.
While the 2018 PLANSPONSOR DC Survey shows that, in many ways, not-for-profit health care DC plan sponsors have adopted more “best practices” for their plans than those in the for-profit segment, the for-profit plan sponsors have more confidence in participants achieving retirement income goals.
A district court in California has issued a mixed ruling in a self-dealing lawsuit filed against Schwab Retirement Plan Services and other defendants.
The EEOC charged the club with laying off its oldest groundskeeper and telling him the club was “looking to take the staff in a younger direction.”
A survey of employees by Welltok finds workers want more personalized wellbeing resources and more digital experiences, among other things.
CRR researchers find health shocks play the largest role in causing early retirements, both because people in bad initial health overestimate how long they can work and because health often worsens before the age at which they planned to retire.